Aseptic abscess syndrome

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What is Aseptic abscess syndrome?

Aseptic abscesses are characterized by gastrointestinal deep, sterile, round lesions that do not respond to antibiotics but improve with corticosteroids.

Common symptoms reported by people with Aseptic abscess syndrome

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How bad it is
What people are taking for it

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Treatments taken by people with Aseptic abscess syndrome

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Who has Aseptic abscess syndrome on PatientsLikeMe?


Age
Age Proportion # of patients
<20 0
20s 0
30s 0
40s 1
50s 0
60s 0
70+ 0

Distribution of sex

Sex
Sex Proportion # of patients
Male 0
Female 1

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